England vs Wales rugby: Kick-off time, date, TV channel, live stream free and team news for Six Nations showdown – The Sun

ENGLAND face Wales as Twickenham as they look to secure a first Triple Crown since 2016.

The Red Rose have responded well to a shock defeat in Paris and were back to their best as they crushed Ireland 24-12 in their last Six Nations game.

Now they welcome a Welsh side who have struggled to hit the heady heights they've come to expect within the last year.

The 2019 Grand Slam winners have lost back-to-back matches against Ireland and France, while they haven't won at this stadium since a shock World Cup victory five years ago.

What time does England vs Wales kick off?

THIS Six Nations match WILL go ahead despite coronavirus wreaking havoc on the schedule.

Ireland vs Italy has been postponed in Dublin, but organisers y have confirmed that this clash in West London will be played as planned.

It will be held on Saturday, March 7.

Kick-off is at 4.45pm GMT, which is 11.45am if you're watching on the East Coast of the USA.

What TV channel is England vs Wales on and can I live stream it FREE?

EVERY game of this year's Six Nations is live on free-to-air TV here in the UK.

You can catch this huge clash from the capital on ITV1 and ITV1 HD.

Coverage begins at 4pm.

If you want to stream, download the ITV Hub app on your mobile, tablet or PC.

What is the team news?

ENGLAND will once again be without Mako Vunipola who misses out for 'medical reasons'.

Anthony Watson has recovered from a calf problem and is set to feature against the Dragons.

Billy Vunipola and wing Jack Nowell remain out though as Eddie Jones' side look to record a fifth-straight win over Wales at this ground.

The visitors are sweating on the fitness of Dan Biggar after the fly-half was carried off in Northampton vs Saracens.

Gareth Anscombe and Rhys Patchell are both out, while Liam Williams could be back in the squad for the first time since being getting injured at the 2019 World Cup.

Match odds

  • England to win – 1/7
  • Wales to triumph at Twickenham – 9/2
  • Shock draw – 33/1
  • Wales given 13-point headstart – 10/11

*Odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication

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